The first PC that works by means of a magnet system just presented by Matt from DIY Perks, it uses luxury technology to pass large volumes of cold air over PC components. The incredible work done on the design involves a silent bellows system made up of magnets. It is that a single magnet is suspended in an acrylic tube filled with liquid which is surrounded by a group of additional magnets integrated in the bellows.
In parallel, a water jet is that which crosses the tube thanks to a series of interconnected water pumps, so that the magnets are triggered effortlessly. Thanks to this, its creator managed to get the bellows to move quickly and quietly and push the necessary volume of air inside the entire housing up onto the components.
This PC works with luxurious technology that allows cooling with magnets
To measure the results, Matt from DIY Perks used the equipment we leave below; Not without first mentioning that with this the temperatures were around 60 degrees and the maximum that the GPU reached is 62 degrees.
- AMD Ryzen 9 5950X with 16 cores and 32 threads.
- A Zotac RTX 3080
If you want to see it in action, I’ll leave the embedded video to you.
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